Failed Air Suspension on '94 33 ft Land Yacht
Help. I'll try to talk to Tech Service tomorrow, but here's the problem. I have a 1994 33 ft Land Yacht and the alternator failed on a trip this past weekend. Then when I was trying to have it towed off an exit ramp off I-10, we found that the air suspension had also failed, probably due to driving 30 miles with a failed alternator. We were finaly able to tow it with the front wheels touching the pavement; slowly. When I got the battery charged and replaced the alternator, the air suspension would not pump back up. To make matters much worse, the controls are not where the manual says they should be, in the curbside compartment next to the propane (LP) tank. Also, the central air tank which should have a air valve where you can manually pump it up is nowhere near where the manual says it should be, just behind the rear axle central housing. Immediately behind the rear axle center differential is the 75 gallon fuel tank.
Does anyone know where the air suspension compressor is actually located on a 1994 Land yacht?
Where can I find the center storage tank so I can manually add air in an emergency?